ted:

Fabian Oefner is bringing art and science together. In this eye-catching series of clips, Oefner makes sound waves visible by placing colorful crystals over a speaker and filming their movement. The result is poetic and more than a little trippy.

Watch his talk and see more beautiful scientific experiments here»

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nuedvixx:

Seattle/Tacoma area you better save this baby!! This is Hubert, he is a super sweet 3 year old. He is at high risk of being put down and has been in there almost a year. Miltonanimalshelter.org help this little baby out and repost/share/tell your friends!!!

nuedvixx:

Seattle/Tacoma area you better save this baby!! This is Hubert, he is a super sweet 3 year old. He is at high risk of being put down and has been in there almost a year. Miltonanimalshelter.org help this little baby out and repost/share/tell your friends!!!

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lucifers-ass-cheek:

posts that are only funny because of the fucked up comments part 1

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cracked:

sesamestreet:

The problem with Wookie Cookies.

Is the best gif on the entire Internet or what

cracked:

sesamestreet:

The problem with Wookie Cookies.

Is the best gif on the entire Internet or what

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wavymochi:

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wavymochi:

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whateveramusesme:

Preserving Lonesome George

Museum scientists and a master taxidermist describe the painstaking process—part art, part science—of preserving Lonesome George, the famous Pinta Island tortoise who died in 2012 in the Galapagos Islands. As the last known survivor of the tortoise species Chelonoidis abingdoni, Lonesome George served as a global icon of conservation—and a reminder of the urgent need to address ever-increasing extinctions. After a limited time on view at the Museum Lonesome George returns to Ecuador as part of that nation’s patrimony.


i6nis:

Check out what this guy made with the models!

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